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More Tales From Slim Ellison
University of Arizona Press, 1981 This book is in pristine condition with a very clear and vivid picture on the cover. If you are interested in "How The West Was Won", read it from a REAL cowboy of Arizona. Glenn Reynolds "Slim" Ellison, cowboy, storyteller and author, was born to Pearl Grafton and Lourinda Frances (Price) Ellison in Globe, Arizona on July 19, 1891, and lived almost his entire life in Gila County. Ellison served at various periods as a cowboy, trail driver, homestead rancher, and camp cook in central Arizona and received little formal education. He was the nephew of Arizona's first governor, George W. P. Hunt. Glenn Ellison died in Globe, Arizona in January of 1983.
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